Bad news for holders of a Nexus 5 who would like to test the new operating system from Canonical Ubuntu Touch. As has read one of the messages sent by the community Alexander Sack, Canonical will not offer at the moment, support for your operating system to work in the new Google smartphone, Nexus 5. They claim the company wants to focus all his efforts to optimize your operating system in the Nexus 4 at least for now.
Along with the announcement that the new Nexus 5 does not have support for Ubuntu Short Touch comes another that also appeal to owners of Google and other platforms is that, according to the message, the devices Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 (version 2012) Nexus 10 and no longer have support coming to Ubuntu by Canonical Touch.
For now, Canonical interests are in developing their operating system to Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 release 2013 and improve support ARM and Intel architectures. Similarly, Canonical wants to further develop and improve as much as possible your system emulators on tablets and smartphones.
Canonical has decided it’s more important to build an operating system for a platform rather than run half on a large number of them. Closing its development in Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 version 2013, Canonical will work faster to develop, optimize and improve your lesser time operating system.
Support for Nexus 5 is not yet been completely rejected but have said that the moment will not be available. There is the likelihood that, once released Ubuntu 14.04 extends support to other devices to be preparing the arrival of Ubuntu 14.10. They have also made a call to the community to report that those developers who want to offer support for Nexus 10 Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus can do it without any problem just by contacting Alexander Sack.
Canonical’s operating system continues its rapid and steady growth. Not long to see the final version of Ubuntu 14.04 Touch is assuming a great job for the company.
Have you already tried Ubuntu Touch? How about the mobile operating system from Canonical?